Born in Maryland, USA
My parents and I return to live in Tehran, Iran
We leave Iran shortly after the Islamic Revolution. The next 4 years are spent moving between Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), London (England) and San Jose (Costa Rica)
I live with my mother in Maryland USA, collecting stamps from parcels and letters arriving from Iran, later known as 'Stamps of a Revolution'
I come to live with my father in London, England
Diploma in Art and Design, Richmond Upon Thames College, London, England
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Kingston University, Surrey, England
Freelance Photographic Assistant, New York, USA
Photographic Assistant, Rankin Photography, Dazed and Confused Magazine Group, London, England
Freelance Photographic Assistant and Contributing Photographer, Tank Magazine Publications, London
Picture Editor and Photography Commissioner, Discovery Networks Europe, London
Freelance Picture Editor and Designer, BBC Homepage, London
A move to digital photography and a development of a unique mobile light application using an LED source during a long exposure leads me to still life studies and projects.
Collaborations begin with artist and graphic designer Russell Weekes in personal, editorial, commercial and charity projects. Ongoing
I join Photodebut, collective of photographic artists.
Artist Residency, Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, London
Joceline Gabriel marries me, Provence, France
Collaborate with creative Director Feh Tarty (Mother London / Stay in School) on a series of commercial projects based on my personal work. Ongoing
My son, Faris Mobasser is born, London
My aunt, Afsaneh Mobasser dies, London
Winner of ‘Lensculture Emerging Talent’ for ‘Afsaneh Box III’
I meet Simindokht Dehghani (owner of Ag Galerie in Tehran, Iran) at Photo London. Upon seeing my work she invites me to Tehran to exhibit 'Stamps of a Revolution'
My father, Afshin Mobasser dies, London
I decide to visit Iran for the first time
I have my first solo show with 'Stamps of a Revolution' at Ag Galerie in Tehran
'Stamps of a Revolution' is chosen as a Premiere Presentation at The Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam